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  • 161Midway (1991 game) — This article is about 1991 board game. For other uses, see Midway (disambiguation). Midway (1991 game) Players 2+ Age range 10 and up Setup time 15 minutes Playing time 2 to 4 hours Random chance Medium Sk …

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  • 162Bernoulli scheme — In mathematics, the Bernoulli scheme or Bernoulli shift is a generalization of the Bernoulli process to more than two possible outcomes.[1][2] Bernoulli schemes are important in the study of dynamical systems, as most such systems (such as Axiom… …

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  • 163Equiangular lines — In geometry, a set of lines in Euclidean space is called equiangular if every pair of lines makes the same angle.Equiangular lines are related to two graphs. Given a set of equiangular lines, let c be the cosine of the common angle. We assume… …

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  • 164Hazy Sighted Link State Routing Protocol — The Hazy Sighted Link State Routing Protocol (HSLS) is a wireless mesh network routing protocol being developed by the CUWiN Foundation. This is an algorithm allowing computers communicating via digital radio in a mesh network to forward messages …

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  • 165Set notation — Sets are fundamental objects in mathematics. Intuitively, a set is merely a collection of elements or members . There are various conventions for textually denoting sets. In any particular situation, an author typically chooses from among these… …

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  • 166Obligatory Contour Principle — The Obligatory Contour Principle (OCP) is a phonological hypothesis that states that (certain) consecutive identical features are banned in underlying representations. Contents 1 Background considerations 2 History 3 Debate …

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  • 167Old Bank of China Building, Shanghai — The Old Bank of China Building is a tower located at No. 23 on the Bund, in Shanghai, People s Republic of China.It was built on the site of the old German Club (c. 1907). It housed the headquarters of the Bank of China. The stunted appearance of …

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  • 168Corresponding sides — In geometry, a number of tests for congruence and similarity involve comparing corresponding sides. In such tests, each side in one figure is paired with a side in the second figure, taking care to preserve the order of adjacency in other words,… …

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  • 169Routing (electronic design automation) — Routing is a crucial step in the design of integrated circuits. It builds on a preceding step, called placement, which determines the location of each active element of an IC. Routing is then the process of addingall wires needed to properly… …

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  • 170Allur — Infobox Indian Jurisdiction native name = Allur type = Village latd = 14.68 |longd = 80.06 locator position = right state name = Andhra Pradesh district = Nellore District leader title = MRO leader name = altitude = 3 population as of = 2004… …

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  • 171Integer matrix — In mathematics, an integer matrix is a matrix whose entries are all integers. Examples include the binary matrix; the zero matrix; the unit matrix; the adjacency matrix used in graph theory, amongst many others. Integer matrices find frequent… …

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  • 172Perron number — In mathematics, a Perron number is an algebraic integer α which is real and exceeds 1, but such that its conjugate elements are all less than α in absolute value. Any Pisot number or Salem number is a Perron number, as is the Mahler measure of a… …

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  • 173Common table expressions — A Common Table Expression (in SQL) is a temporary named result set, derived from a simple query and defined within the execution scope of a SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE statement. CTE can be thought of as an alternatives to derived tables… …

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  • 174List of algebraic structures — In universal algebra, a branch of pure mathematics, an algebraic structure is a variety or quasivariety. Abstract algebra is primarily the study of algebraic structures and their properties. Some axiomatic formal systems that are neither… …

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  • 175Neural basis of synesthesia — Synesthesia is a neurological condition in which two or more bodily senses are coupled. For example, in a form of synesthesia known as Grapheme → color synesthesia, letters or numbers may be perceived as inherently colored. In another, called… …

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  • 176Tlingit noun — Like nouns in many Native American languages, the Tlingit noun is easily conceptualized but difficult to formally define. It can be simple or compound, and can be derived from verb forms as well as other nouns. It is marked for case, but not… …

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  • 177Hypercube graph — The hypercube graph Q4 Vertices 2n Edges 2n−1n …

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  • 178Comparability graph — In graph theory, a comparability graph is an undirected graph that connects pairs of elements that are comparable to each other in a partial order. Comparability graphs have also been called transitively orientable graphs, partially orderable… …

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  • 179Mulyanka River — Mulyanka Mulyanka River location in Europe Origin Permsky District of Perm Krai Mouth Kama River …

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  • 180Conference matrix — In mathematics, a conference matrix (also called a C matrix) is a square matrix C with 0 on the diagonal and +1 and −1 off the diagonal, such that CTC is a multiple of the identity matrix I. Thus, if the matrix has order n, CTC = (n−1)I …

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